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Woodside’s proposal to build a 45 billion dollar gas Hub at James Price Point in Western Australia has been dumped, after its initial plan was judged to be uneconomical. An emotional celebration today where anti gas campaigners gathered at Woodside’s office in Broome as Woodside shelves the 45 billion dollar Gas Hub at James Price [...]
Happy to share my Sadhu won the Monthly International Portrait Photography Award March 2013 Shoot the Face Competition
A nice article I like to share, in the blog of Parallel Worlds Dutch photographer Ingetje Tadros is the newest member of The WideAngle… , capturing the BIG picture More of Portraits of a Sadhu
Happy to share I received an Honorable Mention in Portrait and a Nominee in Children of The World at the 6th Annual Photography Masters Cup. The International Award Honoring Color Photography. (8521 entries were received from 86 counties) Honorable Mention in Portrait Nominee in Children of the World
Congratulations to Ingetje Tadros. Her striking portraits won Bronze Awards in the International Loupe Awards 2012 (Peer | Getty Images)
Happy to share i have received several Awards at the International Loupe Awards 2012.
Hi Ingetje, Congratulations! An image of yours was chosen to be featured in the slideshow on the PhotoShelter Buyer andAdvanced Search pages. You’re one of just 20 PhotoShelter members selected to represent our community of 70,000 photographers, and we’re happy to feature your outstanding work. For the whole month, your image will sit front and center where potential [...]
Published in the new 2013 Calender of Survival, WE,THE PEOPLE
My latest work, this time on my IPhone at inSIGHT | Auroraphotos | MyPhoneCollection
National Geographic Traveler runs a huge contest every year highlighting travel photography, and one of its categories is Travel Portraits. One of their favourites with beards was this images which i took in Southern Rajasthan early 2012. Pictureline wrote a piece on their blog “Does a Bearded subject win You a Portrait Contest?” It always feels [...]
Thanks to Michiel de Lange who published some of my Africa work in the 2d Issue of 18%Grey | A Street Photography Magazine | Issue 2
Happy to receive an Honorable mention at the 2 nd Photography contest on Artavita. from a pool of 1027 only a few received this Honorable Mention World Wide Art Books was established in 1997 and has to date published and represented over 6,000 artists from all over the world.
Like to share this article in the local newspaper ‘The Broome Adverstiser”
Also i like to share that i received 2 Honourable Mentions at the prestigious PX3 Prix de la Photography Competition in Paris 2012. The jury selected PX3 2012′s winners from thousands of photography entries from over 85 countries. Thanks to the judges.
Great news as 2 images received BRONZE Awards at the prestigious PX3 Prix de la Photography Competition in Paris 2012. The jury selected PX3 2012′s winners from thousands of photography entries from over 85 countries. My work has been recognised for its excellence in originality, creativity, excellence of execution, and overall impact. Thanks to the [...]
VERY happy that this “NO GAS” image has been chosen as one of the 53 winners of the 2012 People & Planet International Photo Competition. The image “No Gas” is one of the photos to be published in the 2013 People & Planet: Social Justice & Environment Diary which will be published in September in [...]
And again happy to make an announcement, this time that some of my work is featured in the Spanish magazine Colodion. Frontpage
I’m happy to announce i received Nominee for my image Orphans in the Category Photojournalism | Amateur 8,223 entries were received from 72 countries and this image received a high percentage of votes overall. The Awards Jury represents the industry’s biggest names and tastemakers who reviewed the entries online before making the nomination shortlist and [...]
The Moran Arts Foundation describes the Moran Prizes as “the world’s most prestigious and highly awarded“. I am very pleased to announce that i am a Semi Finalist with Eddie Roey’s images, 82 yrs old and silently protesting against a proposed Gas Hub North of Broome in the Kimberley in Western Australia, this could be [...]
It’s now almost 4 yrs ago i picked up my photography and while living in Broome i thought there was only one place to start documenting, something my heart went out too and i felt drawn to, which was the Aboriginal people. Even i’ve travelled all over the world and lived in Egypt i was [...]
A great initiative of ADAY.ORG. This project is initiated by the Swedish non-profit foundation Expressions of Humankind and supported by a highly respected global advisory council and a special scientific council. Hereby my submitted 7 images of the ongoing protest here in my hometown Broome in Western Australia. I am proud to be a part of this group of people [...]
My Photo Exhibition Impressions of the Kimberley & Faces of the Omo Valley has now been moved to Cafe Il Cibo, 2 Market Str. in Fremantle (opposite the train station) il cibo is open from 6 AM till 4 PM 7 days a week. Phone nr: 08-94334900 . Postcards and all artwork is for sale [...]
Published in VOICE at www.pfbv.ch (1-2012) Society for Threatened Peoples International is an international NGO and human rightsorganization with its headquarters in Berlin, Germany. It claims to create awareness of and protect minority peoples around the world who are threatened by oppressive governments. The group states on its website that it “campaigns against all forms of genocide and ethnocide“. It has [...]